Over 13 000 paratroopers came ashore at Utah Beach on 6 June 1944. You are able to access the beach for free and can walk along and simply breathe in the history and think back to what it must have been like in 1944. The...More
About Utah Beach D-Day Museum
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We didn’t realise this museum was going to be as large or thorough as it was. It is incredibly informative and a recent renovation has made it even better. It gives a fantastic overview of what happened at Utah and allowed me to leave with...More
Another great D-day beach museum, and we were blessed to go all 5 beaches w/our Procom group. This museum to me was fairly good sized, lots to see inside and outside as well close to Utah beach which was also very nice. They had a...More
This museum was very well done. I planned to spend less than an hour here, but stayed almost 2 hours. It was a great mix of information and displays. The information covers the various aspects of the Nazi occupation, Operation Overlord (both Utah beach portion...More
This museum and Utah Beach itself, provided a great start to our D-Day tour. The museum contains lots of information presented in a concise manner.
Excellent museum. Really nice layout. If you only do one WW2 museum this should be it. Allow at least 3-4 hours to go through. There is only one small restaurant associated with the site but plenty of picnic space which is probably the best option....More
Enlarged and now including a B26 bomber as part of the exhibits, this museum explains the significance of this area to the liberation of Europe in 1944.